Verdi - Requiem at the Royal Albert Hall
The London Philharmonic Choir, Huddersfield Choral Society and Royal Choral Society perform Verdi’s choral masterpiece in the majestic setting of the Royal Albert Hall. Answer the question below for your chance to win one of five pairs of tickets.
Considered by many to be Verdi’s choral masterpiece, his Requiem comes to the magnificent Royal Albert Hall in this very special performance.
The London Philharmonic Choir, Huddersfield Choral Society, Royal Choral Society and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra combine into a powerful force to perform this monumental work, filling every corner of the hall with emotion and glorious harmony.
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Conductor Brian Wright will be joined by distinguished soloists: Katherine Broderick (soprano), Jennifer Johnston (mezzo-soprano), Peter Auty (tenor), and Graeme Broadbent (bass).
Verdi’s heartfelt piece, dedicated to his dear friend Alessandro Manzoni, is still enjoyed across the world over 140 years after its debut.
Experience the full force of the Dies Irae, characterised as the day of wrath, as the distinctive melody is drummed with an intense authority. Providing a superb contrast, the Libera Me beautifully brings the Requiem to an end and the sheer force of 300 voices in heavenly unison is sure to captivate the audience in this unmissable performance.
Saturday 24 September 2016, 7.30pm
Royal Albert Hall